07.11.2015: Parma 7-2 Correggese
- Fan Day At Ennio Tardini Inspires Parma To Crushing Win
5: D. Melandri
6: M. Guazzo
11: A. Bertozzini
12: M. Guazzo
21: M. Guazzo
35: F. Luoni
62: F. Luoni
65: A. Di Balsamo
68: R. Musetti
11.11.2015: Lentigione 0-1 Parma
- Late Winner Keeps Parma In Touching Distance Of League Leaders
64: A. Innocenti
84: D. Melandri
14.11.2015: Parma 3-2 Forli
- Parma Strike Big Blow In Hunt For League Title
2: G. Turchetta (Pen)
8: M. Messina
20: M. Guazzo
35: M. Guazzo
68: D. D’Appolonia
21.11.2015: Delta Rovigo 1-2 Parma
- First Away Win Since Beginning Of October For Vanoli’s Parma
51: D. Melandri
56: E. Politti
84: M. Pera
28.11.2015: Parma 0-1 Clodiense
- Parma Fail To Take Advantage Of Forli Slip Up
28: N. Prelcec
THE SERIE D CUP
25.11.2015: Citta di Siracusa 0-0 Parma (Siricusa Win 6-5 On Penalties)
- Penalty Drama Knocks Parma Out Of The Cup
Player of the Month
Despite missing the decisive penalty in the Serie D Cup tie against Siracusa, Francesco Luoni has had a fantastic month as Parma moved to within two points of top spot. The full back has put in some fantastic performances including a stunning performance against Correggese, and more performances like that will mean that the player will not be playing at this level for long, hopefully with the team joining him at a higher level.
A huge month, despite only three games for Parma. Three huge fixtures to come as well, with third placed Bellaria visiting the Ennio Tardini on the fifth of December, before Parma travel to Villafranca Veronese on the twelfth for a huge game. Their final game of December sees Parma visit former leaders in Romagna Centro as Parma round off a huge month of football for Paolo Vanoli’s men.
Struggling Fortis Juventus took the decision to remove their manager, Francesco Vannini, with the club lying in 20th position in the league and looking likely to be relegated.
After sacking their manager, just over two weeks earlier, Fortis Juventus took the decision to announce San Marino Calcio manager Filippo Masolini as their new manager, leaving the San Marino based club in search of a new manager.
It’s been one of those months, where everything went really well at the start and has gone a little bit wrong at the end of the month. Losing that cup tie was a little disappointing but at least it’s given us nothing but Serie D to focus on now which is refreshing. However losing to Clodiense was really frustrating especially since we created a lot of chances, but again it was a case of not putting one away. If we’d won that tie we’d be top of the league now. There is still a lot of football to go this season though, so fingers crossed we can pull it out of the bag next month against three big teams.